Monday, March 15, 2010

Windows Beta Update

The Google Chrome Beta channel for Windows has been updated to 4.1.249.1036. 


Release highlights:

  • Translate infobar [UMA, 37734]

More details about additional changes are available in the svnlog of all revisions. 


--Orit Mazor, Google Chrome Team

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7 Comments:

Blogger James said...

I'd just like to say how awesome Chrome is.

Love the design, love the speed, love the extensions, love the security, love the regular updates, love the fact that you guys actually seem to read the comments and make changes accordingly.

Keep up the great work!

8:22 PM, March 15, 2010  
Blogger Konrad said...

Same here, i love to use chrome. Good work guys at this browser, waiting for final relase.

12:08 AM, March 16, 2010  
Blogger Steve said...

When do you plan to improve the bookmark system? A simple right click and "sort alphabetically" option would be a great start.

1:52 AM, March 16, 2010  
Blogger Meok said...

Is the ability to turn off the translation bar slated for 4.1 or 5.0? So far it hasn't landed on the beta channel.

4:49 AM, March 16, 2010  
Blogger Ahmad said...

If it is true that Chrome team pay attention to comment, can you fix one thing, "Whenever I open rapidshare or tinypic" I don`t get uploading box. Please fix it and also added two new shortcuts "Shift+Enter" for .net and "Ctrl+Shift+Enter" for .org. I am using Windows XP Service Pack 3 updated on 16:10 Monitor on 1152*864 resolution. Please make those changes. Otherwise I stick with Mozilla Firefox.

5:45 AM, March 16, 2010  
Blogger James said...

Ahmed,

Ah, Firefox....

First there was the Browser Identity.
Then came the Browser Supremacy. And now...the Browser Ultimatum.

Thanks for the (presumably) unintentional humour!

5:48 AM, March 17, 2010  
Blogger Ahmad said...

James,

I also like Chrome, its appearance and speedup lauch excellent, but adblock plug-ins need little work, all things are great, but for site compatibility I need 100% from it.
We criticize only those which we want to be best. So Chrome should be take action on those matters.

7:13 AM, March 17, 2010  

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